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This mini-retrospective makes a compelling case for the ongoing relevance of the 20th century’s most ubiquitous artist

By Gilda Williams

From school strikers at the Royal Shakespeare Company to a Trojan horse at the British Museum, protests over oil sponsorship have gripped the arts

By Mel Evans

‘People younger than myself will be under the false impression that performance has always been taken seriously’

By Pablo Bronstein

There is a serious gap in curatorial knowledge when it comes to both showing the work of disabled artists and ensuring accessibility in galleries

By Chris Sharratt

In further news: London mayor backs proposal for new slavery museum to fight racism; fire at Singapore Art Museum

By Frieze News Desk

The directors have pledged to ‘respond with actions’ across the Tate galleries ‘to effect and inspire change’

By Frieze News Desk

As five Turner Prize winners denounce BP sponsorship, the arts community is rising up to address the climate emergency

By Mel Evans

In further news: galleries resume contact with #MeToo accused Anthony d’Offay; air-con system caused Brazil museum fire

By Frieze News Desk

As leading arts institutions decline donations over opioid links, the artist and activist on why the age of using culture for ‘reputation laundering’ is over

By Chris Sharratt

The Guggenheim in New York is the latest major arts institution to refuse Sackler money

By Frieze News Desk

In further news: Kehinde Wiley launches artist residency; calls for MoMA to divest from private prison companies

By Frieze News Desk

The landmark ‘Axis of Solidarity’ conference held at London’s Tate Modern saw artists and scholars present new research on solidarity movements since the mid-1900s

By Ellen Mara De Wachter